The Quality Stone Advantage

Have you ever wondered why some companies just have "it", and others just don't? We believe the way to do it, is to hire good people and treat them right.  Train them on the best equipment and give them room to grow.  Don't take my word for it, you can read all of Quality Stone's reviews online and you'll see why we are the Best Reviewed Countertop Company in Hampton Roads.   Matt uses the latest in digital technology to template your kitchen. Digital technology is the most accurate way to measure a kitchen. If someone shows up with a glue gun, cardboard and a beat up pickup truck, you may have chosen the wrong company.   Cesar takes those digital measurements [...]

By |2018-03-01T13:33:38+00:00September 22nd, 2016|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A Work In Progress…Quality Stone Concepts of Virginia Beach MOVING TO A NEW LOCATION Granite, Marble, Quartz and 100% Wood Cabinets

We are moving due to eminent domain. The city will be taking possession of our building to expand Witchduck Road. Our old location is going to become a retention pond that will house the wildlife in the local area and for water run off to avoid flooding. That being said, our move is ALMOST complete. Check out the pictures below to see what is being constructed at our new office.   Our new location is 1373 London Bridge Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23453. We are minutes from the interstate, making it easy and convenient for you to get to us. We will be moved in within the next couple of weeks and looking forward to seeing all of our customers at our new location.   [...]

By |2016-11-02T20:26:06+00:00April 28th, 2016|Blog, Recent Projects|0 Comments

Would you rather…Granite or Quartz? The 411 before you buy.

Natural Stone vs. Engineered Stone: Understanding the Difference Natural stone—granite—is indeed 100% natural since it is quarried directly from the earth in large blocks. These blocks are then sliced into slabs and polished on one side at the quarry before being shipped to the broker or fabricator. Fabricators cut shapes from the slabs according to your countertop specifications. They then profile and polish the edges. Quartz, on the other hand, is an “engineered” stone, meaning a manufacturing plant uses various grades and sizes of quartz crystals and mixes them with resin and pigment (for color) in a ratio of 93% quartz to 7% resin (yes, we’ll still refer to quartz as natural stone, but it’s not as natural as granite). Fabricators create quartz countertops in much the [...]

By |2016-11-02T20:26:06+00:00April 26th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments